3141.01_AdmGuide_Employee Concerns

If one or more staff members have a nongrievable concern that is not subject to a more specific resolution or
complaint procedure about the behavior of a fellow staff member or about some aspect of the operation of the
school or District that is not functioning as it should, or in accordance with an agreed-upon plan, the staff member
(s) should make arrangements to discuss the matter with the school principal as soon as feasible.
If the matter is not or cannot be rectified satisfactorily by the principal, the staff member(s) may request a meeting
with the Superintendent. The request should be in writing and include:
    A. The specific nature of the problem and a brief statement of the facts giving rise to it;
    B. A brief statement explaining how the staff member(s) are being affected by it;
    C. The action which the staff member(s) wishes to be taken and how such action would rectify the problem.
The Superintendent, after reviewing the request, will either meet with the staff member(s) or provide a written
decision explaining the District's position on the matter.  Any staff member who is not satisfied with the decision of
the Superintendent may file a written request with the Board of Education to request a review of the
Superintendent’s decision.  The Board will review the written request and may, at its discretion, review the matter,
as may be appropriate.
A request for Board review may be made by filing a request with the Board secretary within 14 calendar days of
receiving notice of the Superintendent’s decision.  The request for review shall contain the information listed above
in paragraphs A-C.
Approved/Adopted:  July 13, 2009
Revised:  August 29, 2011
Approved:  July 15, 2013
Sharon Weinstock,
Jul 17, 2013, 9:39 AM